Irma Bohorquez-Geisler

Photographer + Founder, Artist & Program Director
New York City Day Of The Dead Festival
FDR Boardwalk and South Beach, Staten Island. New York City
Location: New York
Nationality: Mexican
Biography: Irma Bohórquez-Geisler is a photographer, educator, biologist, teaching artist, professor, a cultural leader for Mexican-Americans on Staten Island, and the Founder, Artistic and Program Director of the annual Día de Muertos (Day of... MORE
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FDR Boardwalk and South Beach, Staten Island. New York City
Copyright Irma Bohorquez-Geisler 2023
Updated Sep 2021
Topics Beachs, Documentary, Environment, Ethnic minorities, Family Travel, Journalism, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Stock, Street, Swimming, Vacation, Water, Wildlife
The Pandemic brought fear and anxiety to our lives and we were confined to our homes. Normal activities and routines changed during this time. I engaged with the world in a new way, sparking creativity. This creativity took the form of trying new recipes, making protective face masks, and, like many of us, seeking social interaction with people while maintaining social distance in an outdoor environment. These photos are a record of many people, including myself, who sought some relief from home and experienced some sense of normality at Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and South Beach, Staten Island. New York.
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